Plastic behavior in ABAQUS: Specialized Plasticity Models

Introduction In our previous blog, we delved into the fascinating world of plastic behavior models, focusing on their application to metals and general materials. Now, get ready to take your understanding to the next level as we turn our attention to specialized plasticity models specifically designed to capture the intricate behavior of engineering materials. Plastic […]

Plastic behavior in ABAQUS: Metals and General Materials

Different material behaviors The material library in Abaqus provides a wide range of options for modeling various engineering materials, such as metals, plastics, rubbers, foams, composites, granular soils, rocks, plain and reinforced concrete, and also different material behavior models including elastic and plastic behavior. Material behaviors fall into the following general categories: Plastic and Elastic […]

Hyperelastic materials in ABAQUS

Hyperelastic materials are materials that can undergo large deformations without permanent damage. They are often used to model rubber-like materials, biological tissues, soft robots, and other applications that involve large strains. Hyperelastic materials can be characterized by a strain energy function, which relates the strain to the stored energy in the material. ABAQUS is a […]

UMAT and VUMAT: Advantages & Limitations

Overview of UMAT and VUMAT Subroutines The UMAT (User Material) and VUMAT (Vectorized User Material) subroutines are widely used in ABAQUS, a popular software suite for finite element analysis. These subroutines allow users to define custom material models and incorporate them into the simulation process. UMAT and VUMAT are user subroutines that allow users to […]

A Comparison of Different Solvers in ABAQUS

Abaqus is a popular finite element analysis (FEA) software used by engineers and researchers to simulate various physical phenomena. It offers a wide range of solvers to handle different types of problems, including linear and nonlinear statics, dynamics, fluids, electromagnetics, acoustics, and thermal analyses. However, each solver has its own strengths and weaknesses, and choosing […]

linking ABAQUS and FORTRAN

We have instruction of┬álinking ABAQUS and FORTRAN┬áhere.Using Subroutine in Abaqus helps you to create complex models. Linking Abaqus might not be necessary for you NOW but you might need it in the future. This explanation is provided by Sia Nourani: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sia_Nourani Most combinations of ABAQUS and FORTRAN are possible, however, you may deal with some […]

Abaqus UMAT

UMAT is the most popular subroutine code in Abaqus. This code is developed to define new material behaviour for modelling. However, many students incorrectly consider this code for parametric definitions. The following information presents some alternative explanations on UMAT. More explanations Abaqus UMAT calculations are divided into calculating Stress and calculating Tangent Moduli. There are […]

Abaqus vs Ansys

Ansys VS Abaqus

As an engineer, we need to build a model to simulate a process so we can save many and reduce processing time. For this aim, we need to use conventional solvers such as Abaqus, ANSYS, Solidwork (I know, Solidwork solver is a joke), and etc. In this post, we are trying to explore the differences […]